Herodian Lamp, First century BCE-first century CE, Height 1 11/16 in., length 4 in. This type of lamp was found in strata associated with Herod's reign (37-4 BCE). A similar lamp was uncovered in the Jewish Quarter of Jerusalem, in strata dating to the destruction of the Second Temple (70 C.E.) Characteristics of this lamp type are a circular wheel-made body, a flat unmarked base, & a large central filling hole. The spatulate nozzle was hand-built separately & later attached to the body.